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Head out west to Hamilton, a lively provincial town with plenty for day trippers and holiday makers alike. Set up a picnic at the botanical gardens, tour the museums and explore the local art galleries for a cultural tour of this thriving regional centre.

On the sheep's back

Discover Hamilton's wool-growing heritage. While many Victorian towns in the Grampians were founded on gold mining, Hamilton's wool industry is responsible for the grand architecture still visible today. Take in the sights over a picnic lunch at the botanical gardens designed by William Guilfoyle. Walk on into town for a tour of the local shops, cafes and renowned art galleries.

Volcanoes and great lakes

Hamilton is within close distance to the Great Ocean Road, Coonawarra and the Grampians National Park. Explore the rolling green hills, dormant volcanoes and misty waterfalls. Drive past the Hamilton Regional Livestock Exchange to see the farming region in action, before continuing on to the Henty wine region for a taste of the region's best.

Take up a water sport or just take it easy at Lake Hamilton, where the calm waters are perfect for canoeing, fishing, waterskiing and sailing. Follow it up with lunch on the grassy banks and then keep the whole family smiling with a visit to the Lakes Edge Adventure Playground Kids.

A day at the museum

Immerse yourself in the vast range of international and Australian decorative art at Hamilton Gallery and learn all about all about the town's agricultural history at the Hamilton Pastoral Museum.

Touchdown at the Sir Reginald Ansett Transport Museum to see the legacy of Ansett Airlines and that of its founder.

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Parks & gardens

Hamilton Botanic Gardens

The site for these gardens was set aside in 1853 and first planted in 1870, making them one of the earliest provincial botanic gardens in Australia....

Lakes & waterways

Nigretta Falls

Take a short detour from the Glenelg Highway for swimming, fishing, picnics and barbecues at Nigretta Falls, a small waterfall fed by the Wannon River.

National parks & reserves

Grampians National Park

Discover grand and rugged mountain ranges, spectacular wildflowers and a wealth of Aboriginal rock art sites in the Grampians National Park.


Sir Reginald Ansett Transport Museum

The Sir Reginald Ansett Transports Musems is dedicated to the transport and tourism pioneer Reg Ansett, who commenced his transport business in...

Art galleries

Hamilton Gallery

Exhibitions include silver, porcelain and glass from the 1700s onwards, oriental ceramics, watercolours, prints, and Australian oil paintings.

Road trips & itineraries

Southern Grampians Touring Route

Combine the spectacular scenery of the rugged Grampians mountain range with western Victoria's rich pastoral heritage on this inspiring touring route.

Food & wine

Henty wine region

Journey to the far south-west corner of Victoria and taste local favourites from the Henty wine region such as riesling, pinot noir and chardonnay.

Local produce

Darriwill Farm

Pick up provisions for your picnic hamper, shop for foodie gifts, or take a seat and choose a gourmet treat from a menu featuring fresh local produce.

Lakes & waterways

Wannon Falls

Watch water cascade over a 30-metre vertical precipice of hardened basalt lava into a deep plunge pool at this waterfall fed by the Wannon River.


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